Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers to visit the Bangor Opera House!

Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers to present “The Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow”

NOV 17TH. 10 AM

Bangor Opera House, 131Main St. Bangor.

$6 Children
$12 Adults

“The Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow” is a comedic version of the classic Washington Irving tale, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.”

Based loosely on the original story, this telling involves a bumbling Headless Horseman, his wisecracking horse, the meat-head Brom Bones, the lovely Katrina Van Tassel, her ostentatiously rich father, and the mild-mannered and lovable protagonist, Ichabod Crane.

Ichabod befriends the hapless, headless ghoul, and advises him in the search for a suitable replacement head.

Meanwhile, a jealous Brom Bones tries to run Ichabod out of town while they both vie for the affections of Katrina.

                                    

                                     Check out The Legend of Sleepy (Silly) Hollow here!

Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers is a small puppetry troupe based in Bar Harbor, Maine, and comprised of three siblings – Erik, Brian, and Robin Torbeck.

Founded in 2000, Frogtown Mountain has performed at fairs, festivals, theatres, parades, schools, libraries, and some of the finest petting zoos on the East Coast.

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207.942.3333

 

 

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About Amy Roeder

Director of Education – Amy Roeder is pleased to be joining the staff at PTC. Amy received her BFA in theatre from the University of Evansville and her Master of Fine Arts in acting from The University of Georgia. She recently relocated to Bangor from Chicago where she taught and performed with famed comedy institution The Second City. Local audiences may have seen her onstage with Improv Acadia in Bar Harbor where she has been a company member since 2005. Amy has performed all over the country including at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Cincinnati’s Playhouse in the Park and with the Improv Asylum in Boston. In addition to teaching acting and improvisation classes all over the world, Amy is also designs and facilitates workshops in improvisational techniques for businesses. Amy hates writing in the third person.